Worm is a dynamic, tag-based window manager I’ve written. While I’m currently experimenting with another rewrite (there was one before ), for now it’s written in the Nim programming language. You can find the stable version in the AUR as
worm, and the master build as
Github repository is here: GitHub - codic12/worm: A dynamic, tag-based window manager written in Nim
feel free to ask questions! maybe one day it can be included in archlabs.
Top work @codic12 . Keep it on in there !
Thx for sharing.
Very cool, we’re starting to get a small group of WM authors here on the forum
It can be included in the installer, we’re planning to add some new sessions for the next iso and I suppose the more the merrier. It would have to be re-packaged for our repo or installed from source though (the installer has no access to the AUR). If you’re still interested we can hash out the details here or in a PM.
Long Live Dynamic Tilers!!
Cool! yes, it can easily be re-packaged for the installer; we’re also doing this for the endeavouros community edition. I have no idea how archlabs works but would be interested in trying!
@codic12 I like what I see on your wiki screenshots, will give it a try when Santa drops some free time trough my chimney. I’m curious why the name WORM?
Also, if you haven’t already, you should really give ArchLabs a go, I’m sure you’ll like it, also the DKwm made by Nate.
And a warm welcome to our community!
Thanks! The name worm was a pun which I randomly thought of:
WorM = WM (Window Manager)
I’ll give archlabs a spin for sure, although I use plain arch / artix and don’t really need it.